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Jul 13, 2014 4:30pm PDT
danger. it was passers by in new mexico who rescued a 5-year-old girl locked in a hot pickup truck more than an hour. >> screaming, sweating, i'm sure very scared. >> a child saved and reminder of an avoidable tragedy. rehema ellis, nbc news, los angeles. >> very good reminder. a moderate earthquake rattles the south bay. the 3.4 quake hit the gilroy area before 10:30. the epicenter was about six miles east of gilroy. people in morgan hill and hollister reported feeling the quake. no reports of injury or damage. >> today is the last day in a month 4 long trial closing san francisco's lombard street to traffic on weekends between noon and 6:00. the crookedest streets in the world closed since late june. the crush of visitors is too much and traffic is the problem. so i've got to say that's not new. transportation leaders will decide if it's worth continuing in the future. >> more than tripling fees for google buses. on tuesday that's what the transportation agency is going to consider doing. talking about the corporate buss that transport commuters to several silicon valley companies inc
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 4:00pm PDT
some democrats say the president should have gone to our southern border with mexico, but they're still defending him. >> they say this is a humanitarian crisis driven by events? central america and not a result of the president's immigration policies. they point out that in dealing with this influx, the president is following a law signed by president bush that requires an immigration hearing for central american children crossing the border. >> republicans keep saying we could fix the immigration issue, because we don't trust the president to enforce the law. then when you president follows the law in 2002 and 2008, the very law signed by president bush, they say he should do something different. >> an estimated 52,000 have already countersed the border without documents since october of last year and the count continues to rise. >> steve sene tanni, thank you very much. >>> germany took it all. it went down to the wire until gen,score in the 13r 113th minute, breaking out of what had been a tied game and propels the germans to their fourth world cup overall. brian, he was in brazil,
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
mexico and to central america to impress upon those governments how much they need to participate in stopping these children from ever getting to our border in the first place. >> where is the president getting some of these information? he said the only place where these children are showing up is the rio grand valley sector in texas. i would like to just put up quickly a map, if we may, to show our audience the surge in young, illegal immigrants entering this country, flooding the united states border. in texas, rio grand up by the largest amount, 178%, laredo, 13%, big bend, also in texas, as is el paso, 59% higher. el paso, 33. and arizona, the yuma sector, up 39%. in california, the san diego and del centro areas are also up by a startling percentages, 59% and 41%. he said one sector. who in the world told him that? >> well, there is no doubt that one sector is getting the greatest pressure. but this is a problem that is occurring all across our border, because of the fact that the word has gotten out that this president is not enforcing our immigration laws with regard to child
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
radio station down in new mexico? anyone know? that was in the late 20's probably. so that would have been a decade later. and they were really formative. jimmy rodgers is later. so the formative people need radio. >> quick follow-up. did the british songs make it early in the war? >> yeah, they did. yeah, they did just as they did in world war ii. i will meet again and nightingale -- >> public opinion for joining the war? >> they don't sway it as the shift is on. it joins it. it's not -- it's not deeply influential. it's more our songs that reflect our attitudes. nd again the full one is the lucitania. >> you mentioned there were no many comic songs in world war ii. >> right. "in remember my mom playing the furor's face." >> it was a notable hit at the same time as "merzy don't." you know ha he said about the american people. he said no one every underestimated the taste of the american people. nd then the song goes "merzy goes to prove it." there were some. and the soldiers had very bodied songs that they made up. but again, that's not where i'm focusing. so there were some but
Univision
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
, mejor elige verizon. obtén un droid maxx gratis. y llama a méxico y centroamérica desde 1¢ por minuto. el mejor servicio móvil del mundo. verizon. >> alemania-argentina, estÁ siendo presentado por... ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bienvenidos al minuto 90, presentado por coca-cola, refresca tu pasiÓn. ay, ay, argentina lo tuvo, eso es lo que mÁs duele, pero no se puede perdonar nunca, nunca a la selecciÓn de alemania y alemania se puso las pilas y maria goetze le dio la victoria a los teutones. este es un regalo mal aprovechado por higuaÍn, que le pega horrible, muy, pero muy mal. tenemos la mÁs clara que tuvo el jugador del barcelona. se mantenÍa el 0-0. argentina tuvo mÁs oportunidades de gol, sale mal neuer. creo que no hubo penal, creo que el arquero va a la pelota, pero sale mal desesperado a tratar de controlar el esfÉrico. argentina habÍa jugado mucho mÁs frente a holanda, y apareceel jugador para ponerle la fresa al pastel teuntÓn, porque define como los dioses, la baja de pecho y define, si romero no se tira hacia la derecha, seguramente hubiese evitado el gol. felic
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
other areas like mexico, indonesia and nigeria to join in the structure of the bank. this is all very positive for global affairs since the i.m.f. and the world bank had a hard time modernizing, bringing up to date and the international arena is interesting with a new animal. how much will the bank bring to the infrastructure party. >> the capital is a $50 billion. there's no limit to raising its capital structure. there's also the possibility for private corporations and other development banks to join in the different infrastructure projects. i understand that other others of investment such as research and development will be considered. this is a positive outcome for those nations that are considered to be the rising powers of the 21st century. >> do you think it limbing maces the -- legitimizes the summit. some called it a talking club. >> if you compare the bric summit to the g7. they never wept beyond proto -- went beyond protocol meeting and exchanging view points on how the global economic structure works pt the brics travelled further than the g7 did. >> looking at the globa
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. don't do it with the premise you're starting like we do for kids from mexico or canada. looks at them and they make the determination asylum or not.e and it's usually toward deportation. w t's the premise they start the law requires now that you start with the premise that they have a right to representation but theautomatic asylum right to asylum and they have to plead. move up to w the law requires now yes.dication, but if we're still in the men at we're expediting to deport then scheme. s the whole you are the cochairman of the congressional progressive caucus task the immigration force and the hispanic caucus. what kind of copsation are you in ng with your leadership terms of where we draw the lines in theyes. what democrats d on should or should not accept when a piece of legislation to the floor es that would -- that would either grant this monday thy or grant it only with certain conditions? >> two points. one is the administration, the rez and the white house and what paper was our white to provide a guide for congress and the white house as to what priority&the other issue is
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm PDT
because it is discriminatory between other than mexicans and individuals coming from mexico. that law needs to be changed and members of congress understand it needs to be changed, democrats and republicans. the other side of that is to stop the flow you do not have to have a change of law. what you have to have is this clear presence on the border where people understand you no longer can freely walk cross the rio grande and stay in america. >> under the -- i get that is the message. but i don't quite understand how it is that the law being the way it is, how the presence of more troops or forces on the border who are not legally to apprehend these immigrants, these border crossers, how will that change anything without the law being changed first? >> here is how it will. the presence -- we have done this multiple times, surged large amounts of texas law enforcement with local law enforcement and coordinated with our border patrols but we don't have the ability on 1,200 mile bodytory do that, 20 percent of the individuals coming across are the unaccompanied alien children and 80 perc
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm PDT
we are mexico in recent months. president obama has proposed a $3.7 billion spending bill to ease the crisis but republicans say the bulk of any new spending should be used for deportations and to beef up border security. >>> question number three, what will its prostitute accused of killing a google executive say to the judge? alix tichelman will be in court on wednesday accused of manslaughter after allegedly injecting heroin into forest hayes. and georgia police say she may have done it before. tichelman's ex-boyfriend died of a heroin overdose, but it was ruled an accident. >>> and question number four, can a salvage team successfully move the "costa concordia"? the process is being called a -- a complex operation never before attempted. it's been two years since the deadly accident off the italian coast. and ten months since the doomed cruise ship was brought upright and secured. >>> question number five, with the world cup over, will americans still care about soccer? interest ramped up when the u.s. did better than expected in the early rounds and plenty of americans follow
PBS
Jul 13, 2014 5:30pm EDT
./mexico border to stop the surge of minors crossing into the united states illegally. >> they need to be right on the river. they need to be there as a show of force because that's the message that gets sent back very quickly to central america. >> more than 50,000 minors have made the crossing since last fall. the president recently asked congress for $3.7 billion to address the problem. >>> a medical no. , new research being presented at an international gathering of -- note, new research being presented at an international gathering of alzheimer's experts, one a noninvasive eye exam and a common scratch and sniff test could help identify the onset of the disease. alzheimer is usually identified through costly spinal taps and brain imaging. an estimated 5 million americans now live with the disease. >>> conductor lorin maazel who conducted the vienna state opera and philharmonic has died. he was 84 years old, a child prodigy said to have conducted when he was 9. >>> olympic gold medalist ian thorp revealed today that he was gay in a television interview. the 31-year-old australian swim
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 5:00pm EDT
, that is why we had taken the spanish currency. and we had mexico south of the border. of mexico, which is the one that issues the coins is the oldest mint in the americas. another tidbit of information i have. anything else? yes? were you raising your hand? no? yes? >> i could not read that inflation slide. it mentioned hyperinflation but i could not see -- >> let me see if i can see it. germanyee here, yearsed 209,525% in the 1920 to 1923. down here. 260.2 to theering second power. i can't figure that out because it is not -- i am not a mathematician. x 10 to the 16th power. there are a lot of countries that fell apart. andia 391% between 1992 1994. these things are happening all over the world as we speak. the's why as i end presentation, a hard asset still -- there's a reason to hold hard assets because you never know will happen to your paper money. >> hard assets. and you mentioned sober -- silver etf's, that that is not a hard asset. >> yes. it is a security. you are right. if you are concerned about the exchanges not fulfilling their requirements which is holding the silv
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 1:00pm PDT
violent part of mexico during a motorcycle trip. his mother is there to try to identify the body. our alexandra field is following the developments. after all this time, alexandra, what will take place to try to confirm the identity? >> fred, this is going to come down to dna. this mother has waited a long time and she may have longer to wait. the dna testing op the remains found could take two months. that's why harry devers' mother has traveled to mexico herself. she wants to learn anything else that she can learn at this point. her son disappeared back in january. that's the last he was heard from. at the time he was in the middle of a motorcycle journey from the united states with plans to head down to south america. he wanted to by in brazil for the world cup. but back in mexico back in january, he was headed to a beach down zee watt ta anywayio made famous in "the shawshank redemption." the last time his loved ones have heard from him. now mexican authorities are saying they've found his motorcycle and found remains in a shallow grave. that grisly discovery was made 300 miles so
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 4:00pm EDT
home. one on the border with mexico and one affecting american farmers for two years now. >>> thank you for being with us. the death toll from the crisis in gaza is on the rise. gaza's health ministry reports 167 are dead from six days of fighting. binyamin netanyahu, israeli prime minister, says the offensive could take a long time. many are fleeing northern gaza as the military launches more air strikes. john hendren joins us from gaza. we are hearing reports there'll be a heavy air strike tonight. what are you hearing? >> we heard heavier air strikes than usual. there's usually a lull between the evening and the morning. we didn't hear that at all. there was heavy strikes and we heard heavy air strikes and batteries, apparently, from israeli warships. we are saw a number of rockets fired out from the horizon. after that we heard alerts in israel. so we know that there is activity, but israel has alerted people on the border that they will be launching heavier strucks, and they didn't -- strikes, and they didn't make clear what they would be, but we can proouk them be air -- presu
PBS
Jul 13, 2014 3:30pm EDT
mexico and tell him look, you are letting these children walk up to our border and walk into our country and you are going to stop doing that or you are going to cancel nafta and call up the central american president and say if you want another dime in foreign aid, you will deal with it at home and not create this problem for us. >> before 9/11, people in guatamala and el salvador would come to this country rather freely and work at very low wages and they would send money back and they would leave their children in these countries. after 9/11, the gates came down and now these children are coming. they want to be reunited with parents they haven't seen for a decade. >> they want to go home. >> i don't think that's the answer, pat. when people made their lives here, that's what congress is sorting out. if they have broken in, they broken in because our businesses want to employ them. we want them to take care of our children. they deserve something in return. >>> republican house speaker, john boehner, responds to president obama's request for money to deal with the immigration
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 12:30pm PDT
states. you hear wherever there's an immigration crisis, california, arizona, new mexico and texas are in trouble. once the government starts exporting this problem to other states, like you mentioned nebraska and illinois, i read as far away as massachusetts, having these problems. then i think you really reach a political tipping point on this. where the debate sort of moves on beyond these sort of esoteric, are we a nation of immigrants, what do we do with these kids. are we going to be able to sustain all of this movement across the border and how do we stem the tide, to use the phrase the administration likes to use. >> so, you know, the president laid out and itemized, let's call it an invoice for $3.7 billion that he's requesting. the republicans don't support what they say amounts to a band-aid. in this tug-of-war between policy and -- in the policies, what's the short-term loss? i need to have you be brief on this, unfortunately. >> a lot of democrats are skeptical of this. this has completely changed over the last week. i think most people thought he would be able to get it t
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 3:30pm EDT
situations close to home. one on the border with mexico and one affecting american farmers
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
it. >>> a new look at the growing crisis on the u.s. border with mexico and the thousands of children coming into this country. many make the journey alone with no adult to look after them at all. >> 970 units. >> reporter: riding with the u.s. border patrol in south texas, it doesn't take long to find a group of immigrants who have crossed the rio grande. >> how are you doing? >> reporter: they are all women and kids from honduras. among them, 7-year-old amy, a nervous little girl who says she's traveling without relatives hoping to find her mother in the united states. when asked where she lives, she shows the agents a piece of paper that indicates her mom is in north carolina. a few miles away in an area called devil's corner, we run into a larger group that seems exhausted from their ten-day journey. >> we've got a mixed bag here of folks from guatemala, el salvador, and honduras. >> reporter: after giving basic information to the agents, they're taken by bus to a processing center. back on the road, we hear about the apprehension of 19 more people who are awaiting transp
Telemundo
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
con ice con los paÍses mÉxico, guatemala, los otros paÍses porque necesitamos asegurar la frontera del sur no los estados unidos pero de mÉxico con guatemala porque si no esos nÚmeros de niÑos sin padres mÁs de 9700 los meses pasados es un nÚmero que necesitamos que cuidar y la otra cosa josÉ que sea algo muy difÍcil como padre, cuando hablamos con esas personas miramos que casi la tercera parte de estas niÑas, niÑas inocentes son abusadas en el viaje que hacen es muy peligroso para estas personas. >>> en el partido republicano una vez mÁs esta semana en la cÁmara banca reafirmÓ que no van a lidiar con el tema de la reforma migratoria integral este aÑo es una cosa que hiciera la reacciÓn antes de abordar otros temas polÍticos ya parece que en la cÁmara baja los republicanos han dicho que de reforma nada. >>> es algo que necesitamos ver, ya parece que no verÁ la reforma de inmigraciÓn pero esperamos que en el futuro sÍ tendremos reforma de inmigraciÓn demÓcratas y republicanos. >>> usted ha sido muy crÍtico que esta semana estuvo en texas para varios distintos
PBS
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm EDT
-- children from central america. the other migrants from mexico and canada they are turned away. i think right now what we're seeing these children are not being processed fast enough and any sort of legislation like this is meant to process them faster, but there is more than just that going on here. what we need to do is actually stop this migration. this migration is really more tied toward what president obama did back in 2011 with his daca act allowed for young people to be brought -- children to be -- once they're brought to the borders that they could actually stay here. then you have happen is in central america a lot of misinformation about this law, all of you'd is en, well things are bad right now you can come to the united states once your children get here they can stay. that is a lot of misinformation that we need to change. but we're cleaning up after president obama. >> the u.n. has gone -- they have already shown having the spike now that these trends, national drug cartels has literally taken over these collapsed states. or else if the question was, obama is drawi
Bloomberg
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm EDT
and another in africa that is doing the same kind of thing. in mexico, a lot of interesting companies that are really trying to transform the emerging economies. >> do we need it -- you mention one company, but do we need a more big companies like amazon, like starbucks to accept bitcoins to enable it to survive as a currency? >> in east fact, through snap card, you can go to amazon and buy things through amazon. it is already happening. there are many companies making it -- make it a press announcement, i have a notice of three or four since i hit the bid that have decided they will also accept bitcoin. it is happening. it is a new ecosystem and very powerfully system that is not tied to the whims of a government. if you are not comfortable with your government, bitcoin is a great edge. in fact, i think any institutional investor that is a fiduciary needs to hold bitcoin. it is a possibility that this becomes the main currency of the world. >> why don't we have a big national exchange in the united states yet for bitcoin? >> there are. if these -- they take time. you go to
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm EDT
, also, kind of educate them on why it is that so many people come from mexico and to the united states and it's because of our free trade agreements. agreements that allow american companies that allow americans to go into central america and put their businesses there, taking the profits out of the country, instead of letting the profits stay there. we have so many corn farmers that have been displaced because of the subsidused corn that we in the united states send to mexico. all of these small farmers can't compete with the agri business here. we talk about 11 million documented. many are rural farmers that, you know, they are not able to compete with the u.s. and they have to leave. and nobody wants to leave their homes. we have to do like we did with japan and germany after world war ii. we had the marshal plan and gave them jillions of american tax dollars and we said you don't have to pay us back. so everything is the marshal plan mentality to help other countries instead of col onizing or economically col onizing all of these other countries. i think we would be -- we wo
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
. >>> as the crisis along the mexico border gross, we'll take you live to the texas border ale tell you just how dire the situation is for those trying to make twhar in make their way into the u.s. >>> all right. bottom of the hour now. welcome back. i'm fredricka whitfield. here are some of the stories crossing the cnn news desk right now. actor comedian tracy morgan is back home. he continues to recover from the car crash that left him critically injured last month. officials say a walmart truck rear-ended morgan's limo on the new jersey turnpike. the crash killed his friend and injured two others with him. morgan is suing walmart over the incident. >>> in australia, u.s. secretary of state john kerry is engaged in damage control. he met with the foreign minister to try to smookts over relations. he called the two countries, quote, great friends that will continue to work together. nevertheless germany is kicking out the station chief in berlin. >>> and nasa is sending international supplies to the space station achlt supply rocket launched this morning. more than 3,000 pounds of
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
discriminatory, other than mexicans and individuals that come from mexico. i think members of congress understand it needs to be change, both democrats and republicans, but the other side is, to staunch this flow, you do not have to have a change of law. what you have to have is this clear presence on the border, where people understand that you no lodger can just freely walk across the rio grande and stay in america from now on. that's the message to be sent. >> i get that's the message. what i don't quite understand it is with the law being the way it is, the presence of more troops or forces on the border who are not legally able to apprehend these immigrants, these border crossers, is going to change anything without the law being changed first. >> here's the way it will. the presence -- and we've done this multiple times. we've surged large amounts of texas law enforcement with local law enforcement and coordinating with the border patrol into sectors. we don't have the ability on a 1200-mile border to do that. about 20% of the individuals coming across are unaccompanied alien chi
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
that allowed for these folks who are not from mexico or canada that bring minors into the country, not be deported right away, there's circumstances, and she believes as the co-author that would allow them to immediately and responsibly get these children back to their home countries, and that's where the president needs to start. so he needs to re-engage. get folks who are doing administrative work on the border, they need to make sure they send a very clear signal. here is the interesting thing, this is a bipartisan issue. hillary clinton says if you want to stop this, you need to start sending these kids back to let people know don't put them in the criminal pipeline to come into america. certainly dianne feinstein thinks there's a way for the president -- >> the majority of them have to go back home is your point. >> think about what we're doing. this isn't a walk in the park to get from el salvador or honduras into the united states. these are criminal gangs. these are organized criminal gangs. these kids are subject to sexual exploitation. they're subject to drug exposure. s
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 1:30pm EDT
mexico, where i'm going tomorrow. we need money to build additional family unit capacities. to i.c.e. foroes working with the three central american countries from which this migration is coming, to expand their own resources. with respect to the customs and 430 $3protection agency, million is requested, $364 million of which is for added border patrol agent overtime and the like. ier capacity. -- for their capacity. as doj would point out, $45 million goes to more judge teams and an increased caseload 75,000 cases a year. the deputy attorney general and i have already agreed that with this added capacity, the recent influx should be the priority. the state department is seeking $300 million, $295 million of which is for re-repatriation and reintegration into society. members of the committee, doing nothing is not an option. at our current burn rate, within the department of homeland c.e. will run out of money in mid-august. given the added transportation and enforcement costs, customs and border patrol will run out of money by mid-september. and given the situation we face. th
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 1:15pm EDT
. or we would be right now sitting in southern california. we would be sitting in northern mexico if we went back to the lines preceding the u.s.-mexican war. too bad, but that is how borders, about by winners and losers. generally that is how they come about unless there's some geographical enemy, mountains, rivers, whatever. and they won the war. it sure didn't want to have. to be at the time for me to just tell you? it's called an occupation. obama uses that. president obama uses that all the time. their occupiers. how can any people be occupied when they never had the land to begin the? said they didn't. it sounds to most people over west bank and gaza was over either one of them. at that time, jordan had rdc used in taken the west bank and called it the west bank because that is how it got its name from jordan's invasion of the shared in 1849. each of gerrity had gaza. before that, the british have been. before the british, turkey has been. before turkey it was the crusade and before the crusade to a zero back in biblical times. i don't know what happened before that. but they n
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:02pm EDT
. so, here in los alamos, new mexico, in a house 7500 feet north of albuquerque was perhaps the greatest collection of nuclear physicists the world had ever seen. sometimes as many as eight nobel laureates would be sitting around dining together in the dining room. incredibly isolated. they set up hot plates because the wood stoves did not work so well. they took these physicists from the radar research and from all over the country. they were part of a system that cost eventually about $2 billion. they worked in complete secrecy to develop a nuclear weapon, to develop what they thought would be a nuclear weapon. they weren't sure. and finally on july 16, 1945, at ground zero, shown here in alamogordo, new mexico, the first nuclear bomb exploded. the question -- what do we do now? this is a subject debated this is a subject debated more now than it was then. president truman was president. he had seen what happens -- it happened in world war i. he wanted unconditional surrender from japan. the emperor was not much in the mood to negotiate. meanwhile, the u.s. military was workin
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
guatemala. their trip through mexico took ten days. >> very tired. >> hungry. >> they are all exhausted. >> agents say this is a scene that repeats itself every day, every hour here along the rio grande. after this group comes in, they can expect to see another one very soon. just down the road, we discover another group of mostly young men who ran and hid from border patrol. all terrain vehicles, helicopters and dogs stepped in to find them all. to try to extend the immigrant flow, the patrol has sent more than 300 extra agents and academy grads to the rio grande valley where officials are starting to see a bit of a slowdown now. >> we were seeing about apprehension rates of about 1,400, 1,500 in a 24-hour cycle. now, you know, on average, we see about 1,000. no one is sure yet if this is the start of a downward trend or if the flow of families and young amys will soon start to rise again. mark potter, mission, texas. >> reporter: they are hoping to see those declining numbers continue for at least one more week before they can really say it's a trend or maybe just a ripple e
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm EDT
, took it, factory moved to mexico, but -- >> guest: well, part of it would be the willingness to rethink what your future's all about. check out monster.com, if you don't believe me. i think we live in the most mobile society ever. the you don't like your boss today, you can go online and find opportunities that you and i when we were 21 couldn't have conceived of. i think that's, that empowers the worker at the expense of employers. markets clear better in labor markets today, and that's, to me, that's incredibly liberating for people without job skills yet, people that are trying to develop a better product to sell to a better employer. >> host: your fifth rule is mind your own business. how do you mean that? >> guest: well, i think there's a lot of confusion. this gets back to the question of big government conservativism. and i talk about, you know, something that's probably the most controversial thing in this book, i talk about my marriage and my very brief argument with my now-wife over whether or not we should have to get the government's approval -- stamp of approval, ye
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
. >> let me turn you to u.s. borders here in this case, the border with mexico. the president has asked for almost $4 billion in emergency money to deal with this ever rising number of unaccompanied minors that are coming across the border. what is it going to take to get you and other republicans to approve that money? >> there has to be a halt to this. that's what we want, and the best way to do that is for planeloads of these young people to be returning to their country of origin and their families who have spent as much as a year's salary paying these coyotes, who are also in the business of $85 billion a year drug business, will not be able to get their money and send their kids north. as soon as they see their money is not effective in getting their kids to this country, then it will stop and not before, and as tragic and as terrible as this situation is, we cannot have an unending flow of children from all over the world, much less central america into our country. so we have to repeal -- >> but senator -- >> go ahead. >> i was going to say and talk about, you have a bill
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
you know are far from the u.s.-mexico border. they are now accusing of the obama administration today of -- the feds even refusing they say to detail the exact location that the children are being sent to. all this as capitol hill appears to be unable to come up with any kind of deal to give the much needed money to our border patrol agents who are struggling to deal with this growing crisis. here's the very latest live from washington. >> as you guys mentioned, governor rick perry now calling for the national guard to help deal with that continuing immigration crisis on the mexican border. perry said today on fox news suchb sunday that the influx of children to the taking away from their job of -- >> i appreciate is the time that the president gave me to listen about what's going on at the border. i do think he should go to the border and take a look at this, just like a number of his colleagues and a number of us on the republican side want us to. >> the president did not visit the border when he visited texas last week. the president's asking for nearly $4 billion in extra spending
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 8:30am PDT
failed policies on the border with mexico and texas that is causing this issue with all these unaccompanied alien children that we're seeing flooding in to the border. but back to that part of the world, we have allies there. in the form of israel and jordan that expect us to stand with them to help them, they are very nervous because they have seen this president talk about red lines, that he was going to draw in the ground. and then those red lines mean nothing. i disagree with senator paul's representation of what america should be doing, when you read his op ed in the "wall street journal" he talked about basically what i consider to be isolationist policies and america, no longer come back on to the continental united states and draw a red line around the shore of america and think that we're somehow another not going to be impacted. we must engage and tactically, thoughtfully, using the assets that we have against isis to keep these individuals from being able to create an islamic state in that part of the world that will put jordan and put israel's literal future in jeo
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
u.s.-mexico border. they are now accusing of the obama administration today of -- the feds even refusing they say to detail the exact
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
this. dianne feinstein, co-author of the bill who allowed for these folks not from mexico or canada that brings minors into the country not be deported right away. there's circumstances and she believes as the co-author, that would allow them to immediately and responsibly get these children back to their home countries. that's where the president needs to start. he needs to reengage, get folks doing administrative work on the border. they need to make sure they send a clear signal. this is an interesting thing, a bipartisan issue. hillary clinton says if you want to stop this, send them back, let them know don't put in the criminal pipeline. certainly dianne feinstein thinks there's a way for the president -- >> the majority of them have to go back home is your point? >> think about what we're doing. this isn't a walk in the park to get from fl salvador, honduras into the united states. these are criminal gangs. these kids subject to sexual exploitation, drug exposure. some are being recruited or pressed into gangs along the way. we're losing these kids along the way. imagine the e
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
children, making the same journey into mexico. they range in age here. many of them older. most of them younger. on this boat right here, at least five of them are minors. finally, mexico. with the longest, deadliest journey still ahead. at least a week to the u.s. border. and an uncertain future. for "this week." art rascon, on the border. >> thanks to art. what to do with all these children? the big question now. and pierre thomas talked to attorney general holder. who responded to charges he's not enforcing immigration laws. >> yes, the immigration laws are being enforced. we're facing an extraordinary situation. thousands of young people are fleeing central america for economic reasons, to get away from endemic violence in their countries. the president has put together a proposal to congress asking for almost $4 billion. we're surging immigration judges to the border to process these people. >> reporter: can you see where the critics are coming from when you see buses of people being brought inland after they came here illegally? >> let me say this. our immigration laws are broken.
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
motorcycle trip. his motorcycle and remains were found in a shallow grave. his mother is in mexico to try to identify his body. police are also running dna tests. >>> i'm erin mcpike in washington. "reliable sources" starts right now. >>> good morning. i'm brian stelter, and it's time for "reliable sources." this is called pebble beach where you always see reporters doing live shots. i'm here for an exclusive interview with the brand new press secretary, josh irwin. we also have a lot more coming up for you including a fascinating conversation that we are calling the arms race. it's about women, television news, and attractiveness. hear how the on air dress code has changed quite a bit over the years. we'll also tell you about two very different books involving hillary clinton and why one of her spokespeople says they should be hooked up it a lie detector. >>> our interview with josh earnest. being press secretary is tough at any time. it's especially tough right now. this may be the low point of the obama presidency. he's facing an immigration crisis on the border and a threat of
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 7:30am PDT
, el salvador and to a much lesser degree mexico. it's based on the drug violence and gang activity. >> what is it about changes or u.s. immigration law that made them think they could get in here and stay? that's the idea. these kids are coming up here to stay. >> there is some information that's reliable that seems to say that the smugglers are exploiting people and telling them that they have a right to remain in the united states. but it's simply not true. the 2012 law with president obama -- the policy that he signed at that point, allows children who have been in the united states since prior to 2007 to remain if they came here when they were under 16. obviously it doesn't apply to new arrivals, and i believe the immigrant community is aware of that fact. >> so we've got 50,000 plus children now here. what's going to happen? how do you get through the hearing process? where do you house them? how long is this going to take? what's the fate going to be decided? are we even built to handle such an influx like this? >> it's a very thorny problem. one aspect is to make sure the ch
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
, except those in mexico and canada. it was supposed to curb child trafficking. but instead, say many, it enabled central american parents from guatemala, el salvador and honduras, especially, to pay smugglers to send their kids up north. and once here, they get an immigration hearing and stay with family. but others, including the border agent union blame president obama. they cite the administration's so-called policy of catch and release for encouraging this illegal cascade. just over 19,000 unaccompanied minor children were picked up in fiscal year 2009. that has now jumped to 52,000 this year. and has projected to nearly triple. and in the mix, the authorities are gang members. >> this very dangerous, probably the most dangerous international gang there is, ms-13. >> investors business daily is blunt, saying, quote, obama is grumbling if congress didn't give $3.7 billion he wants to deal with the border crisis, there was nothing he could do about it. did obama's pen suddenly run out of ink and phone get disconnected? such blatant and political contradictions would immediately lan
Univision
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
nos fallÓ, costa rico jugo muy bien, mÉxico jugÓ muy bien, vimos a equipos que no esperÁbamos y de repente argelia jugÓ muy bien y me queda claro que los dibujos prÁcticos, los parados, el orden y la capacidad fÍsica y tÉcnica hay que tenerla ahÍ. >> y tÚ quÉ destacas? >> que fue un mundial de contrastes. que fue un mundial donde no encontrÉ el sabor... hablando de rÍo de janeiro, en copacabana habÍa fiestas, en algunas ciudades el ambiente era muy frÍa, en otras había protestas, lo polÍtico, lo social y lo deportivo, todo fue demasiado mezclado y cuando le metieron siete a brasil, fue un mundial muy raro. >> cuÁles son los mejores jugadores del mundial? james, tÚ me decÍas. >> tambiÉn puede ser messi, muller, pero sin duda alguna james es un gran jugador impresionante. messi es el mejor del mundo y robben es un jugadorazo. >> no fue penal, verdad? >> no fue penal. fue tan bueno clavado... fue error del Árbitro. actuÓ muy bien, en vez le acompaÑan la jugada, metiÓ la pierna. >> yo soy soy arbitro y sigo pensando que sÍ. no se trata de sido golpeas mucho o poco
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am EDT
could stay almost live for about a week on a cruise ship in the gulf of mexico which had some problem with toilets -- [laughter] i wonder if a ship like the st. louis today that was not a mystery, we all knew what was happening at the time. but a ship like that in the harbor with live television 24 hours a day, i have a feeling there'd with a different kind of result. but we have about five or seven minutes now for your questions, and if you'd like, just raise your hand. i'll try to spot -- yes, sir. >> yes. dr. afo to umado, please? did i understand correctly that the reason why the st. louis was turned back was because of an internal political process going on in cuba? i mean, my understanding was that there was -- weren't there german operatives around that area? budget there some influence by the united states itself involved at all? >> the question has to do with whether there was more to it than just the political differences and anguish within the cuban government at that time. leads. >> well, the -- please. well, the main reason is the political atmosphere in cuba, and
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
disappeared in a violent part of mexico during a motorcycle trip. his motorcycle and remains were found in a shallow grave. his mother is in mexico to try to identify his body. police are also running dna tests. >>> i'm erin mcpike in washington. "reliable sources" starts right now. >>> good morning. i'm brian stelter, and it's time for "reliable sources." this is called pebble beach where you always see reporters doing live shots. i'm here for an exclusive interview with the brand new press secretary, josh irwin. we also have a lot more coming up for you including a fascinating conversation that we are calling the arms race. it's about women, television news, and attractiveness. hear how the on air dress code has changed quite a bit over the years. we'll also tell you about two very different books involving hillary clinton and why one of her
KRON
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
in d.c., albuquerque new mexico looking at cloudy conditions with storms possible and dallas hot at 101, and los angeles looking at mid 70s for the afternoon today so here is a look at our golden gate bridge shot. we've got cloudy conditions and a bit foggy and we do have drizzle as well but for the eastbay temperatures will be getting up into the 90s for our inland locations, it will be hot with plenty of sunshine once clouds and fog clear out and then tonight i'm expecting clear skies and not worried about the fog. the highs for today mid 70s in oakland, 83 san jose, 91 please abouton, 69 in san francisco, mid 80s in san rafael, çso wha we're expecting is temperatures to warm up. that warming continues through tomorrow along with some higher humidity because of the tropical clouds and then the rest of the week has plenty of sunshine, and so here is a look at your satellite and radar picture so we'll have high clouds, monsoonal moisture coming through starting tonight in the north bay spreading to the rest of the bay area tomorrow so it's kind of sticky tomorrow afternoon with th
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
children coming in from central america. they were not treated like those from mexico and canada. they say those children have to be treated the same way, sent back much more quickly. that creates some consternation with democrats. the whole administration aid program is getting involved in politics right now. >> sensitive topic, the president was in texas the past couple guys. george, thanks as usual. >>> george has much more coming up on "this week." an update on the crisis in the middle east. and that exclusive interview with attorney general holder. later this morning right here on abc. thanks again, george. >>> we're going to turn to the heroic sole survivor in the horrific family massacre in texas. the courageous teen who played dead is speaking out for the first time since the tragedy. mara schiavocampo is here. mara? >> reporter: that teen, spoke at a memorial service for her family on saturday. hundreds of friends and neighbors gathered for the celebration of life just blocks from the family's home where the you an awful attack took place. >> we love you, cassidy! >> we love you.
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